Foam Scarecrow Magnet Craft Kit
Loved this craft--it's nice to have a scarecrow with cute pieces of fabric and then you can keep it on your refrigerator.
November 7, 2010
I can't even give it 1 star
I purchased this for my daughters class. All the pieces were not in the package and even using foam glue it took hours to dry. I ended up purchasing something else so that the kids would not be disappointment. Very disappointed, this was my first order from here and I won't order again.
November 1, 2013
Unusually poor quality
This was one of the worst projects I have ever purchased. Many parts were missing, there were only 11 pieces per package rather than 12. I had to use my own supply of eyes and had to make several hats from felt as many were not cut properly. I also do not appreciate the Oriental Trading Company stamp on the back of the project. This is not what I want when I am giving these as a gift.
November 15, 2010
Easy to do, but the gluing was messy and the students didn't have the patience to wait for the glue to dry before moving on to the next step.
November 7, 2010
My son and I put this craft together using glue dots. It was pretty simple. Has an instruction sheet with each package. Turned out very cute.
October 17, 2010
Not all the items were in each package and too many in some. You can make do by using your imagination
September 5, 2010
CUTE FALL KIT
I haven't actually made these yet but they look like the picture and I am looking forward to putting them together. As usual, I will use glue dots as well as glue and feel sure they will be a winner. I'm glad to see OTC coming out with more fall/Thanksgiving items. Price is great, too.
August 10, 2010
I bought 2 packages of these. They are easy to make and I recommend using glue dots. I even went out and bought pin backings to make some of them into pins.
September 2, 2009
I run a daycare and this is a cute project for all ages. Glue dots work great for some of the pieces
July 6, 2009
Fun, quick, and easy
This craft was very easy to make. My only suggestion would be making part of it first, then letting it dry, then put it all together. When the whole front is dry, then flip it over and glue the magnet on.
July 4, 2009